Indian Clubs

Indian clubs derive their name from the much larger and heavier objects of similar shape traditionally used by martial artists and Middle East. It was introduced to England by British soldiers who were stationed in India during the 19th century.

Sim D. Kehoe, who brought Indian clubs to the United States from England

They were exceptionally popular during the health craze of the late strength training equipment.

While torches and other sticklike objects have been used in in the 1800s.

There are current physical fitness enthusiasts who have revived the popularity of Indian clubs in the modern day, citing the aerobic exercise and safety advantages over traditional free weight regimens. There are nostalgic replicas of the original clubs being manufactured, as well as modern engineering updates to the concept, such as the Clubbell.[1]

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  1. ^ Clubbell Training,

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